Little girls and their dollhouses.....
I collect vintage dollhouses, not the great antique dollhouses and furniture shown by Louise on Grandmas Attic - Toys and Treasures or some of Rebecca's wonderful old houses on Rebecca's Collections . My dollhouses are the dollhouses of my youth (1940's and 50's) and a few from the 1930's...and for good measure, I also have some from my daughter's youth, the 1970-80's. I do, however, have a fascination for vintage photographs of antique and vintage dollhouses found in books or on the…
Stromer House One of the oldest known intact doll houses is in the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg, Germany. The Stromer House, because it was presented to the museum by Baron von Stromer, it is dated 1639. The Stromer House offers a fascinating view of upper-class life for the time and place it was made. This doll house has 15 sections, with everything from stables and servants’ quarters, to elegant bedrooms and a reception room and hall with intricately paneled walls.
Kleines Puppenhaus, Gottschalk (?), komplett original, um 1890
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Dollhouse Parts, Kits and Supplies by Wood Victorian Dollhouse
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Une Petite Folie
I must confess that I am enjoying this little change about far more than I ever expected. It is lovely to pull everything out, change a few things about.....give it all a good dust and put it all back again. I love my little glass cloche with the butterfly.....I've had the cloche for ever (like wise for the butterfly) and when I went for a walk the other day I went hunting for a 'stick'.....then assembled it on my return. Please excuse the blob of 'blu-tack'.....this will be replaced soon…
Antique Dollhouses made from wood.
Click images to enlarge Reblogged from Antique Daisy: Reblogged from Man Make Home Remaing pictures (below) reblogged from Hiccupings: